Lectures with the FotoFest Exhibition “Guantanamo: Pictures from Home. Questions of Justice.” in Houston this month

“A rare glimpse into Guantanamo prison. The detainees…their families.. and U.S. attorneys representing the detainees. 100 previously unseen photographs and short video works from Yemen, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Kuwait. Audio installation ‘Inside Guantanamo.” Video installation ‘The Lawyers.’

FotoFest presents GUANTANAMO, a photography exhibition by Margo Herster, with audio and video installations by Carolyn Mara Borlenghi and Margo Herster, on view until May 19th at the FotoFest Gallery Headquarters in Downtown Houston.

Two special lectures will accompany this important exhibition.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11 at 7:00 p.m.:
The Challenge of Guantanamo: Legal and Human Rights Issues

Lt. Col. Mark A. Bridges – Speaker
Professor of Constitutional and Military Law, USMA, West Point, NY

Anant Raut – Speaker
Pro Bono Habeas Counsel, Wiel Gotschal & Manges, LLP, Washington, DC

William Cunningham – Moderator
Professor Emeritas, International Studies, University of St. Thomas

University of St. Thomas
Ahern Room, Crooker Hall
Parking available in the garage off of Graustark. Crooker Hall is adjacent to the garage.

Presented in collaboration with the Center for International Studies, University of St. Thomas.

WEDNESDAY, April 18, 7:00 p.m.:
Breakdown in the Gray Room: The Images from Abu Ghraib

by David Levi Strauss, Author and Commentator on Art and Politics

University of Houston
Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture Theater
Entrance 16 off Cullen Blvd. Parking in lot 16B, across from the Fine Arts Building

Presented in collaboration with Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts and with support from the University of Houston Downtown.

For more information, contact FotoFest at: 713.223.5522 x19.


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